With the dog days of summer and the Major League Baseball Draft looming, the Aggies had some substantial unknowns at quarterback just a few days ago. Since then, a blue chip has reaffirmed his commitment to play ball for the Ags and a quality JUCO arm has been added to the fold.
Former Blinn College quarterback Jake Hubenak verbally committed to Texas A&M on Saturday and made the decision public on Twitter:
Excited to announce I've committed to Texas A&M University! Can't wait to get started! Gig'Em pic.twitter.com/QIY2KshOvZ— Jake Hubenak (@hubenak_j) May 9, 2015
Props for the cool pic of a young Jake in his Aggie gear (he's a legacy).
Hubenak is a pro-style QB who spun the ball all over the yard for the Blinn Buccaneers after transferring from Oklahoma State. He's a native of Georgetown, Texas and has three years of remaining eligibility. He chose the Ags over Florida and others.
Hubenak solidifies the A&M depth chart just days after Kyler Murray removed his name from consideration from the Major League Baseball Draft.
Entering 2015, the only Aggie quarterback with meaningful reps is true sophomore Kyle Allen with five career starts. Bolstering the depth chart was a must before another waltz into the Southeastern Conference.
Welcome to Aggieland, Jake. Gig 'em.